Andrew uses WordPress every day to write his articles, and he’s back with another tip to make your writing faster.
Text expansion is kind of an overlooked feature of iOS and macOS but it can save you a lot of time if you type repetitive things a lot.
Safari on iOS and iPadOS has a lot of hidden shortcuts. One useful shortcut is the ability to merge all windows.
macOS maintains a listing of all software updates. That list contains a list of all previously applied security updates. John shows how to display those entries.
If you got an Apple Store gift card for Christmas you can easily add it to your Wallet, so you can just use your phone to make a purchase.
The nominal way to sign up for Disney+ is to go to disneyplus.com and create an account. But it’s also possible to sign up from within the tvOS or iOS app and bill the subscription to your Apple ID. John explains how to do it—and the advantages.
The iPhone’s hardware keys may seem like one of the more uninteresting parts of it, but they can perform useful extra functions.
Andrew compiled a list of his favorite apps and games he used in 2019: Stardew Valley, Chronicle, Paprika 3, Jumbo, and Lockdown.
You can delete installed apps by long pressing the app icon and tapping Delete. But there’s an alternative way in the App Store.
Apple’s operating systems have a lot of accessibility settings, and one of them is a way to make the cursor bigger on macOS.
Apple devices are popular gifts, and you or a friend or family member probably got one for the holidays. Here’s what do do with them.
Deadlines to order holiday gifts from Apple are fast approaching in both the U.S. and the UK – don’t miss out on getting the items you want!
Your iPhone has an often overlooked setting through which it optimizes charging in order to prevent the battery aging unnecessarily.
iOS 13 brought Memoji stickers that lived on your keyboard. And now iOS 13.3 lets you remove Memoji stickers.
The holidays are here! That means hot cocoa, candy canes, cookies, and presents. The Mac Observer presents to you our 2019 holiday gift guide.
WordPress powers 35% of the web, including The Mac Observer. We’ve learned tips and tricks like a fast way to insert links in WordPress.
iOS 13 has a tool which allows users to scan documents directly within the Mail app, and send the document as an attachement.
Yesterday we learned how to customize Control Center in iOS. Now we’re going back to the same area to use the iOS magnifying glass.
Andrew explains how to customize Control Center to give you fast access to tools like camera, Wallet, calculator, and more.